Mobilicity’s CEO Dave Dobbins said that the Nexus S would indeed be headed to Canada.
"The Nexus S is going to everybody, so we’ll have it. It will be AWS band. And Bell, TELUS and Rogers will have it. I mean everybody will have the phone. So nothing special about it... it will be all over the place... so the Nexus S will I think will be available in March", remarked Dobbin.
For the uninitiated, the next generation of Google phones, Nexus S has been developed together by Google and Samsung. It is paired up with a 1GHz Hummingbird processor and 16GB of memory. Claimed to be one of the fastest phones available, Nexus S is already loaded with Google apps, Internet Calling NFC support, and full web browsing. Nexus S users apparently receive software upgrades and new Google mobile apps as soon as they are made public.